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Hot, dry weather can reduce water and oxygen levels, which can kill fish.

Hot, dry weather can reduce water and oxygen levels, which can kill fish. Click HERE to access EA public information poster, including details for reporting any fish you see in distress.

Are you an Anglers’ Riverfly Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) participant who is keen to further your freshwater invertebrate skills and knowledge?

Are you an Anglers’ Riverfly Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) participant who is keen to further your freshwater invertebrate skills and knowledge? Riverfly Partnership host, the Freshwater Biological Association (FBA) offers a range of courses that can help you do just that.

RP Newlsetter vol 4 its 1 2017

 Catch up with the latest edition of the RP newsletter HERE

**CALLING ALL ARMI VOLUNTEERS** - DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 29th June 2017

Amanda Isaacs, University College London (UCL), is carrying out a research project to assess the main factors contributing to volunteer participation in water quality monitoring. If you are an active ARMI volunteer, please complete Amanda's online questionnaire before the extended deadline, Thursday 29nd June....

ARMI Database login issues between 6th and 9th May 2017 - NOW FIXED

A number of ARMI monitors and coordinators reported being unable to login to the ARMI database between Saturday 6th and Tuesday 9th May 2017. Thank you to everybody that reported the issue, which RP reported to the system host immediately. Thank you also to the website and databse support team at the Freshwater Biological Association for locating and resolving the issue so quickly.

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